Oxehealth is the first company in the world to deliver continuous, medical-grade contact-free vital signs monitoring through low-cost digital video camera sensors.
Our software enables digital video cameras to monitor human activity and vital signs. We partner with clinicians & carers to develop SaaS workflow solutions to care for the vulnerable, sick and elderly more effectively and efficiently.
We work in police, mental health, hospital and assisted living.
Our algorithms have been clinically validated in peer reviewed academic papers and, uniquely, our software has been field tested in substantial trials in real world conditions – both in a major NHS mental health hospital and with a leading UK Police Force.
We have powerful academic and medical heritage as the first joint spin-out from the University of Oxford and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Oxehealth is backed by leading Venture Capitalists IP Group in partnership with further institutional funds and significant private investors in healthcare.
We are fortunate to be able to call upon the research skills, experience and resources of Professor Lionel Tarassenko, Founder of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME), University of Oxford and Founding Director of Oxehealth.
Our technical team have significant expertise in computer vision, signal processing and machine learning. Our executive team combine healthcare expertise with demonstrated success in scaling and exiting entrepreneurial businesses.
Hugh has spent over 10 years building enduring partnerships with Fortune 1000 clients. He co-founded Xinfu, a disruptive CEO consulting business, and scaled it to serve clients globally from offices in London and Beijing. Hugh trained as a strategy consultant and holds a law degree from Cambridge University.
Professor Tarassenko is the head of the Department of Engineering Science and Director of The Institute of Biomedical Engineering Science at the University of Oxford. Founder of Oxehealth Ltd, he is the author of 150 refereed publications, 160 conference papers, 3 books and 24 patents and is also a Director of Isis Innovation.
Barney has over 30 years’ experience with application software and cloud based companies. For 13 years, Barney was a main board director of Sherwood International plc, a provider of software and services to the insurance industry. He was also CEO of Workplace Systems International plc, an early provider of cloud based workforce management software. He has served in many non-executive roles, including several chairman roles, during his career. Today, Barney is Non-Executive Chairman of Clearstar Inc (AIM listed), Non-Executive Chairman of Arkivum (IP Group portfolio company) and Non-Executive Director of private companies Concirrus & Rosslyn Data Technologies. Other interests include Voyage Brand & Communications and Parago Software.
Simon has over 25 years’ experience in financial, commercial and operational leadership roles across a diverse range of technology and manufacturing businesses . He has led successful exits and completed many complex transactions for a number of private equity and venture capital backed businesses. Simon is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and holds a 1st class honours degree in Pure Chemistry from Aberdeen University.
Simon is Business Development Director of IP Group plc, he has a wide background in technology investment and commercialisation across the healthcare sector, representing IP Group on a number of investment company boards. He has a PhD in Biomedical Engineering and is a Chartered Engineer.
James Ede-Golightly is chairman of East Balkan Properties Plc and Gulfsands Petroleum Plc and has extensive experience as a non-executive on the boards of AIM-quoted companies with international business interests. James was a founder of ORA Capital Partners in 2006, having previously worked as an analyst at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers and Commerzbank. He is a CFA Charterholder and holds an MA in economics from Cambridge University. In 2012 he was awarded New Chartered Director of the Year by the Institute of Directors.
Allan is a seasoned healthcare and VC Chairman. Allan has chaired the board of 5 healthcare and 8 private equity backed companies, culminating in 5 successful exits. Allan has broad expertise in urgent & primary healthcare, care at home & care homes, as well as direct experience partnering with NHS and Life Science Majors.
Iain has fifteen years experience in medical device technology research and development, acting as researcher, designer, software engineer and project manager. Iain has a PhD in Biomedical Engineering in Biomedical Engineering from Newcastle University.
David has a PhD in mathematical modeling and over 20 years experience in scientific and high performance computing in both the private and public sector. A qualified Software Carpentry instructor, David is a promoter of pragmatic software engineering tools and techniques.
Sunando brings eight years experience in computer software business, having worked in multiple startups and large enterprises. Having finished his PhD in Computer Vision and Machine Learning, he is now passionate in making computers see, understand and help humans in the real world.
Muhammad holds a PhD in Computer Vision from Loughborough University. Prior to this Muhammad served for 4 years as a Lecturer in the Department of Electrical Engineering at COMSATS institute of I.T. where he was a member of the Computer Vision (COMVis) Research group.
Simon holds a PhD in Computer Vision & Machine Learning from the University of Sheffield and has many years experience as a C++ developer having worked with finance, telecoms, sport and medical sectors.
Stuart brings over 20 years software development experience covering a wide range of industries. In this he has held a range of roles, from Junior Software Engineer to Head of Development. He graduated from Bournemouth University with a degree in Sofrware Engineering Management.
Sarah is a Chartered Engineer with years of experience in applied machine learning and signal processing. Sarah holds a Masters in Engineering and Computer Science from Oxford University and has lead and project managed technical teams in research environments.
Ben has over three years experience of being a product specialist with medical companies. Previously Ben has also ridden as a professional cyclist with top UK professional teams. He received a Bachelor's Degree in Sports and Exercise Science from Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Katrin comes from a management consulting background, having preciously worked at Simon-Kucher Partners for five years, where she became a Director in the Life Sciences division. Katrin holds an MBA from London Business School.
Amir has spent seven years working for the Said Business School at the University of Oxford, managing the IT infrastructure, networks, email and web systems and took part in large-scale in upgrade projects, as well as carrying out DevOps and Web Application Development roles.
Dave has been working in IT support for over five years and has worked across multiple sectors, with a particular aptitude for Microsoft applications and infrastructure.
Stephen has over seven years’ experience managing B2C and B2B health communication programs and technology initiatives in the UK and Africa. Before joining Oxehealth, Stephen established a 2G mHealth initiative providing communications solutions for third sector organisations and consulting on BCC programs for the companies in energy and mining sectors.
Oliver bring vast experience of post-doctoral research in software and algorithm development, working on projects with the University of Oxford, Institute of Biomedical Engineering to monitor patients in hospital and home via mobile phone technology. Oliver holds a DPhill in Engineering Science from the University.
Nick completed his undergraduate MSC in Physics from Cambridge University, before undertaking a further masters and PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Oxford, bringing with him experience vast experience in signal extraction and processing.
Narciso has worked in healthcare related IT roles over 14 years, working in technical support for many years and having started his own IT consultancy company. He is bilingual having worked in the UK and Portugal, where he received a Bachelor's degree in Physics and Chemistry and a Master's in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Coimbra.
Robin has been working in hardware support for over 30 years and is authorised by notable computer manufacturers such as IBM and holds two Compaq APS certifications. Alongside extensive hardware knowledge Robin also has a solid grounding in software, particularly TCP/IP and Citrix.
Felicity has two years experience in administration positions and has worked in both the UK and US. She also has a strong understanding of business having spent time as an Operations Manager in a start up project.
Warren was appointed as CEO of Rolls Royce in 2015. Prior to this he served as CEO of ARM Holdings, the world’s leading semiconductor intellectual property supplier. Warren has great knowledge of delivering successful long term innovation and growth strategies in fast moving and competitive technology markets and his expertise in licensing strategies will assist Oxehealth in developing partnership opportunities.
Dr Miles Snowden is Chief Medical Officer of TeamHealth, and former CMO of Optum, UnitedHealth Group. Miles gives Oxehealth experience of delivering advice and innovation for physicians and hospitals seeking successful development and participation in new business models while improving patient outcomes.
Linde Finsrud Wilson is a leading health care expert with L.E.K. Consulting, a global management consulting firm. She has previously held senior positions within the healthcare sector including former CEO of Sharon Regional Health Systems, COO of Aria Health and Enterprise and General Manager at GE Healthcare.
Sir Malcolm Green trained at Oxford, Harvard and St Thomas’s Hospital, becoming consultant respiratory physician to St Bartholomew’s and the Royal Brompton Hospitals. Director of Research for the NHS in 1999, Malcolm was responsible for the DoH budget for R&D of £500M. He founded the British Lung Foundation in 1985 and served as its Chairman and then President.